Will Mississippi, Tulane, South Alabama or Bethune-Cookman make it out of the Oxford Regional?
Will Miami, Mississippi State, Florida Atlantic or Virginia Commonweatlth make it out of the Coral Gables Regional?
Will South Carolina, North Carolina, Coastal Carolina or The Citadel make it out of the Atlanta Regional?
Will Virginia, South Carolina, Evansville or Lehigh make it out of the Charlottesville Regional?
Will Ole Miss, Southern Miss, Oklahoma or Maine make it out of the Oxford Regional?
Will Texas, Arkansas, Miami (Ohio) or Quinnipiac make it out of the Austin Regional?
Will Tulane, Alabama, Louisiana-Lafayette or Southern make it out of the New Orleans Regional?
Will LSU, Rice, Northwestern State or Marist make it out of the Baton Rouge Regional?
Will Florida State, Auburn, South Alabama or Army make it out of the Tallahassee Regional?
Will Florida, North Carolina, Notre Dame or Stetson make it out of the Gainesville Regional?
Will Tennessee, Winthrop, Wichita State or Austin Peay State make it out of the Knoxville Regional?
Will Georgia Tech, South Carolina, Michigan or Furman make it out of the Atlanta Regional?
The SEC and ACC will each have four team hosting regionals, but the Pac-10's two host sites are the most interesting.
Will Arkansas, Wichita State, Missouri or LeMoyne make it out of the Fayetteville Regional?
The Southeastern Conference produced more evidence to back its claim of being the nation's best and deepest league by earning a record five regional host sites for this year's NCAA tournament.
A record nine SEC teams begin this week's road to Omaha. How many will reach the College World Series?